The Travel Architect & The Husband Team Up to Talk About Travel (Mostly)

Podcast episode 39 is available by clicking below.  It is also available on iTunes and Pocket Cast under the travel architect.  It can take up to 24 hours to be available in iTunes.

A joke curated especially for the husband falls flat, but the Travel Architect makes up for it by (reluctantly) acknowledging a very off-putting national day, as she promised to do many pods ago.  The husband provides a fun and not-too-difficult Travel Quiz based on sobriquets.  If you don’t know what this word means, you will, and then your lexicon will be expanded by one!  (Be sure to use it in three different sentences today so it really sticks in your brain.)  In a complete about-face, we say something about Nebraska, while making fun of Green Bay, Wisconsin, just a little bit.  It’s all in good fun, folks.  Finally, because we can’t seem to stop talking about coronavirus, we dwell on all the changes experts say may be in store for airline passengers in a post-COVID world.  Warning: it ain’t pretty.


Previous blog posts referenced or hinted at in the podcast:

7 thoughts

  1. Amusing to listen to this so many months later. The hubby is due much less criticism for the quiz this week so hopefully redeem myself a little 😉

    I recently heard St Petersburg referred to as the “Venice of the North” so I have to say I got that one wrong on the quiz. Aapparently St Petersburg is one city from a group of seven cities referred to as the Venice of the North. Bruges and Amsterdam were both mentioned on the quiz but supposedly Copenhagen, Hamburg, Manchester and Stockholm make up the seven! Ridiculous!

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